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Getting to Leeds
Leeds is located at the centre of the UK, midway
between London and Edinburgh and Hull and Liverpool.
The city boasts an international airport and one of
the busiest train stations outside of the capital
and is the centre of a much larger city region
which includes Barnsley, Bradford, Calderdale,
Craven, Harrogate, Kirklees, Selby, Wakefeld
and York.
Leeds Bradford Airport (LBA) is the fastest
growing regional airport in the UK with
direct fights connecting the city of Leeds to
over 60 European destinations plus 12 in the
UK alongside over 200 worldwide connections
via Amsterdam and Brussels. Situated at the
heart of the Leeds City Region, LBA provides
easy connectivity to a wide range of business
and leisure routes.
Airlines which fy from Yorkshire’s Gateway
airport include Bmi,, Ryanair,
easyJet, KLM, Flybe, Eastern, Air Southwest
and Manx2.
Passengers can pre-book discounted on-site car
parking, fasttrack through security or book
access to the stylish, new Yorkshire Premier
Lounge at;  
East Coast Trains offer a service that can
get you from London’s Kings Cross in two and
a half hours. Trains also run frequently from
many of the major cities including Newcastle,
Birmingham, Bristol, Cardiff, Edinburgh and
t. 08457 484950
For coach services to Leeds, details of routes
and fare information contact National Express.
t. 0871 781 8181
Situated in the middle of the UK, Leeds is
perfectly placed for travelling to and from:
the motorway network connects quickly to
London, Manchester, the ports of Liverpool
and Hull, and the North.